Tag: poetry

102 years of Kaifiyat

Du Express revisits the legacy of renowned Urdu poet, Kaifi Azmi on his 102nd birth anniversary. 142 minutes in verse, the entire screenplay, all the dialogues following a rhyming scheme. Be it Ranjha’s...

‘September Love’ by Lang Leav is a tender caress on a cold winter bed

To hold tight each feeling I am blessed to have felt I write not to be known but to know myself - Lang leav We're less than two months away from 2021 and it seems like only...

Reminiscing Word-craft of Rabindranth Tagore

"I saw the suicidal madness of the modern age And saw in its body The ironical distortion of ugliness" enunciated Rabindranath Tagore. 7th August, 2020 marked Rabindranath Tagore's 79th Death anniversary, known as Baishe Shraban...

The Best of Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was one of America's most prolific poets. With an air of mystery surrounding her life, she is known to have spent most part of her life as a social recluse,...
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Blue Valentine: examining love, lost and found

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This Day in History – 19 January

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